How to Use the QR Code Hall Passes in 30 Easy Steps!

We at YamPage know that the QR code hall passes are confusing, so we’ve broken down how to use them in 30 easy steps!

  1. Realize you need to use the bathroom.
  2. Push that feeling deep, deep down.
  3. Five minutes later, remember you have to use the bathroom.
  4. Scan the QR code to fill out the digital hall pass Google Form.
  5. Remember that you can only use Google Chrome to fill out the form.
  6. Download Google Chrome.
  7. Ignore your bladder.
  8. Realize Chrome won’t download because you don’t have cell service.
  9. Wander aimlessly with your phone to try to find better cell service.
  10. Ignore the fact that your whole class is staring at you.
  11. When it’s finally downloaded, scan the QR code.
  12. Realize that it won’t scan.
  13. Regret taking a sip of water three hours ago.
  14. Turn your phone off and on again.
  15. Contemplate society’s need to make everything digital.
  16. Scan the QR code again.
  17. It says that you need permission to access the form. Become frustrated.
  18. Calculate adult diaper prices.
  19. Close out of the form and sign into your school account.
  20. Wait for it to load again.
  21. Alright, you’re logged into your account now. Just scan the QR code again and you’ll be on your way to the bathroom in no time.
  22. Wait for the form to load, again.
  23. Consider peeing your pants.
  24. Not loaded yet. Continue to wait for the form to load.
  25. Do a potty dance.
  26. Think to yourself: “Holy crap, it’s taking forever to load.”
  27. Start to think that peeing your pants is a viable option.
  28. Watch as the form continues to load.
  29. Oh! It’s done loa–
  30. Pee your pants.
Aveline Chocolat
Aveline Chocolat aka Jeanette Natalia Caramel aka Myrna Smush is a renowned journalist and billionaire. Ms. Chocolat/Caramel/Smush is a two time winner of the Miss Portugal beauty pageant. She won in 1986 and 2014. She has been called the fifth Beatle by people who are not familiar with the Beatles or numbers. She earned a degree in Mongoose Farming from Middle Tennessee State University. She claims she can see the future, but she refuses to give any specifics about her abilities. Despite her deathly yam allergy, she says she is very happy to be writing at YamPage…she also would like to ask “What is YamPage?” She’d call Anka Chiorini (’23) a good friend.